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April 5 in history

4:54 PM, Apr. 4, 2013  |  Comments
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April 5, 1958 - Cheese group elects Pauly: Frank Pauly of the Pauly Cheese Co. here was elected treasurer of the Wisconsin Cheese Exchange at the trading association's annual meeting Friday.

Pauly succeeds O.R. Thompson, Rib Lake.

The other officers were re-elected. They include R.W. Leffler, Plymouth, who has been president since 1941; V.R. Butler, Lakeshire-Marty Co., Plymouth, first vice-president; Harry Sears, Plymouth Cheese Corp., Green Bay, second vice-president, and Edward H. Trier, Trier Cheese Co., Sheboygan, secretary.

In presenting his annual report, Leffler said 61 cars of cheese were sold on the exchange in 1957. It was noted that 67.7 percent of the sales were in the first quarter of the year.

The final quarter resulted in no sales at all. Leffler said that was due to the heavy purchases of American cheese by the government under the support purchase program.

Leffler stated that the average prices paid by American cheese factories in Wisconsin exceeded the U.S. average.

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